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Cooking With Friends And Coworkers: Like!

February 9th, 2014 | by Mary Gerush

In late January, my company "made" me travel to Minneapolis for a meeting. But I had fun. Because Friday night, we cooked! Team-building over food... Cool


4 Resources and Ideas for Cooking from Scratch

November 4th, 2013 | by Becky Striepe

You know that cooking from scratch is better than buying packaged, processed food, but sometimes it's hard to even know where to begin, right? Here are some resources and ideas to get you started


Vegan Food Magazine: New Online Publication Launched This Week!

November 1st, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

If you love good food and cooking, and you're vegan or vegetarian or veg-curious, the new Vegan Food Magazine is a must-read! Creators hope to bring the best vegan authors, bloggers, recipes, and kitchen tips to a worldwide audience. The inaugural edition features more than 40 recipes, interviews with some amazing chefs, and a spotlight on the Parisian vegan scene (yes, apparently there is one!). Tired of sorting through food magazine recipes for 'the good stuff?' Now there's a better way: Vegan Food Magazine brings some of the best vegan recipes and cooking ideas instantly to your fingertips -- and it's free!


Hatchback Hash: Easy Indian Chickpea-Potato Wrap Recipe

September 17th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

I admit it: I've fallen hard for hatchback cooking. After a couple of long car trips in which I cooked all our own food, I'm sold on the idea -- we eat so much better that way, and cheaper too! I tinkered up this simple chickpea-potato wrap recipe at a rest stop recently, and it's now officially one of my travel staples. These vegan wraps are tasty lightly grilled on each side, but work just fine without any cooking at all: the perfect hatchback lunch!


Vegan Recipe: Arugula-Couscous Salad with Lemony Herb Vinaigrette

July 5th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

Summer's in full swing now: 'tis well and truly the Season of the Salad! This pretty, filling dish makes a cool and easy lunch, or an elegant pot-luck contribution -- without overheating your healthy vegan kitchen. Use freshly-snipped herbs for best flavor, and rejoice in how satisfying summer salads can be!



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